The term “terrace garden” can refer to two different types of gardens. In one sense, a terrace garden is a garden which is established on a terrace, roof, or patio, usually in a house where there is limited gardening space. These types of gardens are especially popular in urban areas, and they are sometimes used in restaurants and other establishments as well. A terrace garden can also be a garden which is built in a series of raised or “terraced” beds against a hillside. Terrace agriculture is often the only way to utilize steep land, and some very ancient examples of terrace gardens can be found in South America and Asia.
Importance of Terrace Garden.
Reduce indoor temperature by 6- 8 degree and can reduce air conditioning cost.
Reduce overall heat absorption of buildings and insulate the building against heat and cold.
Convenience of safe, pesticide-free, healthy green and fresh vegetables.
Conducive to a routine of physical exercise, clean air and being close to nature.